|Indigenous research ethics and methods|
SUGGESTED READINGS AND PODCASTS
See a report on our workshop Celebrating First Nations and Metis Research Partnerships and a seminar on Indigenizing research (summary or podcasts).
OCAP Principles on First Nations ownership and control of, access to and possession of their data.
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Enigok project, researcher application and research documents, including a sample research collaboration agreement template. Listen to a presentation by Leona Star of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, delivered at the St. Boniface Research Centre, Oct. 12, 2011.
University of Manitoba's Dr. Linda Larcombe also spoke about her experience of research partnerships with First Nations.
Canadian Institutes for Health Research on Aboriginal knowledge translation. (2009)
National Aboriginal Health Organization on Guidelines for Research Involving Inuit (2010)
National Aboriginal Health Organization on Principes of Ethical Métis Research
Te Ara Tika Guidelines for Maori Resarch Ethics: A Framework for Researchers and Ethics Commitee Members
Kwayask Itôtamowin: Indigenous Research Ethics (2005) by Willie Ermine, Raven Sinclair, and Madisun Browne
Aboriginal research: Berry Picking and Hunting in the 21st Century (2004) by Kathy Absolon and Cam Willett
Aboriginalizing Methodology: Considering the Canoe (2002) by Peter Cole
Commentary: Research, Redskins and Reality (1991) by Vine Deloria Jr.
Coyote and Raven Go Canoeing: Coming Home to the Village (2006) by Peter Cole
Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (1999) by Linda T. Smith
Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice (2001), edited by Peter Reason and Hilary Bradbury
Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies (2008), edited by Norman K. Denzin, Yvonna S. Lincoln and Linda Tuhiwai Smith
For Indigenous Eyes Only – A Decolonization Handbook (2005) by Angela W. Waziyatawin and Michael Yellow Bird
From Theory to Practice: Methodological and Ethical Issues for Research with First Nations Communities (2006) by Kim van der Woerd and David N. Cox
Indigenizing the Academy: Transforming Scholarship and Empowering Communities (2004), edited by Devon A. Mihesuah and Angela C. Wilson (See chapter on “Warrior Scholarship”)
Memory Comes Before Knowledge: Research may Improve if Researchers Remember their Motives (1995) by Eber Hampton
Natives and Academics: Researching and Writing About American Indians (1998), edited by Devon A. Mihesuah (See chapter on “Grandmother to Granddaughter: Generations of Oral History in a Dakota Family”)
Peoplehood: A Model for the Extension of Sovereignty in American Indian Studies (2003) by Tom Holm, J. D. Pearson, and Ben Chavis
Profile of Metis Health Status and Healthcare Utilization in Manitoba by Patricia Martens et al (See Chapter 2 for Metis principles of Ownership Control Access and Stewardship in action)
Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision (2000), edited by Marie Battiste (See chapters on “Jagged Worldviews Colliding” and “Postcolonial Ghost dancing: Diagnosing European Colonialism”)
Rejecting, Revitalizing, Reclaiming: First Nations Work to Set the Direction of Research and Policy Development (2005) by Keely Ten Fingers
Research as Resistance: Critical, Indigenous and Anti-oppressive Approaches(2005), edited by Leslie A. Brown and Susan Strega.
Research Is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods (2008) by Shawn Wilson
‘Researching Together Differently’: Bridging the Research Paradigm Gap (2004) by Augie Fleras
Ten Principles Relevant to Health Research Among Indigenous Australian Populations (2012) by Leslie A. Jamieson et al.
Transformative Research and Evaluation (2009) by Donna M. Mertens
Trick(ster)s of Aboriginal Research: Or how to use Ethical Review Strategies to Perpetuate Cultural Genocide (2004) by Peter Cole
What is Indigenous Research Methodology? (2001) by Shawn Wilson
Wisdom Sits In Places – Landscape and Language Among the Western Apache (1996) by Keith H Basso
Beyond Blood: Rethinking Indigenous Identity (2011) by Pamela D. Palmater
First Nations Education in Canada: The circle unfolds (1999), edited by Marie Battiste and Jean Barman (See chapter on “Aboriginal Epistemology”)
OCAP or Self-Determination Applied to Research: A Critical Analysis of Contemoporary First Nations Research and Some Options for First Nations Communities (2005), First Nations Research Centre
Realizing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Triumph, Hope and Action (2010), edited by Jackie Hartley, Paul Joffe and Jennifer Preston
Resilience, an Evolving Concept: A Review of Literature Relevant to Aboriginal Research (2008) by John Fleming and Robert J. Ledogar
The Duty to Consult: New Relationships with Aboriginal Peoples (2009) by Dwight G. Newman
Understanding and Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, an Introductory Handbook (2011) by Prof. Brenda Gunn
Who are Canada's Aboriginal Peoples? Recognition, Definition and Jurisdiction (2002), edited by Paul Chartrand